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the digital defenses. we'll talk about the implications for business. former cia director. michael hays. it was hailed as the biggest overhaul of wall street rules begins the great depression. more than two years later, dangers remain. we'll have an exclusive bloomberg government analysis where the law really stands. >>> and meet the woman leading the defense industry's battle to block sweeping automatic budget cuts. you need to know marianne blake. >> peter: i'm peter cook. welcome to capitol gains, stay with us for the next half hour. bloomberg government focused on the government impact of businesses and the economy. its exclusive research and analysis you cannot find anywhere else. this week, the debate over what needs to be done to bolster the country's defenses against cyber attack. this week, wells fargo found their banks under attack. the suspect iran. they deny it. but republicans and democrats left town without coming to a deal on this. now they think the president may act on its own. an exclusive bloomberg analysis examines the options. they include telling authorities to est
agree with you. people are always asking me what's wrong with the ravens defense? their defense is not as good, but the offense is better. one of the main reasons, he was defensive player of the year. he was the one guy any time you needed to, you knew he could get home and get to the quarterback. but there'll still a whether -- they're still a very good football team. they go to the road, take on kansas city team who struggled with matt cassell. >> i think when you look at baltimore. this is an offensive football team. it's the same way in mitts burg. pittsburgh. they turned into an offensive football team. they have weapons like with joe flacco. i think they're getting a little weak on the defensive side of the ball. the only pressure you get is up the middle. they're so hard to beat at home. they've got great leadership in ed reed and ray lewis. even on the offensive side of the ball. they've got a lot of playmakers. tori smith now, the young kid on the outside. getting jacobi jones, it gave them a third receiver on the outside. there's a lot of weapons. i think they beat kan
you. >> reporter: governor mitt romney talked up his support of defense spend. he said cutting defense spending -- spending. he said cutting defense spending now should be unthinkable. >> the world is not a safe place. it remains dangerous. >> reporter: governor romney explains to have a strong military, a strong economy is needed. >> our economy needs to be reinvigorated and the president has laid out his plan. it's a continuation of the old plan. we can't afford four more years of the last four years, all right? >> reporter: governor romney not only says he would stop shrinking the military but would add to the active duty force and one of the biggest cheers came when he quoted ronald reagan. >> peace comes through strength. i want to have a military that's so strong no one wants to test it. [ applause ] >> the people that are out there fighting these wars, we owe them support forever and i think governor romney is totally supportive of that. >> reporter: but that's not the opinion of veteran jim dillard who represented springfield for 30 years in the virginia house of del
, that professor reported the threats and holmes was banned from campus as a result. defense attorneys say those accusations of threats are false. >>> but police confirm today the gunman behind a deadly workplace shooting in minneapolis had been played off hours before opening fire. another person died today raising the death toll to six now which includes the shooter who took his own life. the company's founder was among the dead. >>> coming up on 9news arnold schwarzenegger promises to tell all in his new autobiography. >> what does maria think about the memoir and bringing this all up? >> i think maria is wishing me well with everything i do. >> more from the 60 minute interview when we come back. krystal conwell : we see a lot of problems with the... number of students that we have. resources. materials. things that the children need... on a day-to-day basis. anncr: question seven will help. the department of legislative services says question seven... will mean hundreds of millions of dollars... for schools...from gaming revenues that would have... gone to other states. and independent audi
. prosecutors claim the grad student was banned from campus, but defense attorneys say he'd already begun to withdraw from school by then. holmes is also known to have mailed a notebook to a university psychiatrist describing a potential violent attack. that notebook is protected by doctor/patient privilege, that according to the defense as well. >>> drunk drivers beware. after a flurry of lawsuits the d.c. breathalyzer program is back. all this is after they conducted a 20 month overhaul of the program because the machines were giving faulty readings. mayor vincent gray said a grant from the national highway traffic safety administration helped to buy the new machines and software and fix the issue. >>> our andrea mccarren was honored today for her work documenting underaged drinking. mothers against drunk driving awarded venezuelan and our photographer dave satchell the 2012 immediate -- awarded andrea and our photographer dave satchell the 2012 media award. the coverage covered a liquor store owner who was selling liquor to minors. >>> the map function on the iphone 5 hammered by users
. there are a lot of missed story lines even in the seattle/green bay game. seattle's defense played exceedingly well. russell wilson did a very nice and efficient job out there. green bay's defense even stepped up. all those things remember lost. let me also throw kudos mike mccarthy's way. i think the coach of the green bay packers showed remarkable poise and calm in that he did not explode and i would think internally there was a volcano going on in terms of what i'm sure he wanted to scream about with that last play that in my estimation was, in fact, an interception, should have been called that way. that's my personal take, but i thought he was remarkably calm and to add insult to injury because rules do state that the team has to be out there for the point after. the game was already decided but let me say i file worse for the replacement officials. they should not have been placed in that position and these guys' names are being printed in the paper and being called out. my gosh, can you imagine a high school pitcher, no matter what kind of phenom he is, now being thrown to the washingto
week in defense news. muradian. the navy just commissioned its third littoral combat ship. we'll get an update on the controversial 55-ship program. >> plus, helping veterans get better jobs. a new plan from the u.s. chamber of commerce. but first, an exclusive interview with the chief of u.s. air force. space command general william shelton. few commanders are more operationally integral to all arms of u.s. warfighting than the air force space command that develops, launches, and operates the constellations of satellites and ground systems that make possible critical global services from gps, reconnaissance, missile warning, weather communications, or tracking orbiting spacecraft and debris. but developing satellites, launching them, and operating them for long periods of time is expensive business at a time when demand for space-based assets for everything from reconnaissance, surveillance communications, and moving massive amounts of data is soaring. so shelton is leading efforts to cut costs by increasingly leaning on commercial space suppliers. we caught up with general shelton
, the possibility of an israeli strike on its nuclear facility. >> we do have all defensive means at our disposal and we are ready to defend ourselves. >> reporter: and his military leadership said sunday a preemptive strike by iran on israel is a possibility. on cbs this morning, he again denied iran is pursuing nuclear weapons. >> let's even imagine that we have an atomic weapon, a nuclear weapon. what would we do with it? what intelligent person would fight 5,000 american bombs with one bomb? also, because of our beliefs, we do not believe in a nuclear weapon. we are against it. >> reporter: israel has been chasing at american calls for restraint. president obama is likely to raise the issue in his own u.n. speech tuesday. >> i think the president needs to show that he is not doddling on the question of iran. >> we'll see tomorrow. as we said, this has been back burner in the public mind for much of the summer, but there remains right now the very real possibility of yet another war in the middle east. derek? >> thank you, gary. >>> mitt romney insists his campaign doesn't need a turnaround. t
on the defensive? >> i don't think so. >> can romney put obama on the defensive? >> he'll have to. >> both could put the other on the defensive. >> who is going to fight for that and proceed as though it doesn't exist? >> no, no, no, they will both fight for that. the whole point is now, whoever two-thirds of the country think the economy is headed in the wrong discretion. there is a huge 23%, 23 million people are out of work. people have lost 40% of the net worth and 40% of the income. >> and they are more optimistic about the president all of a sudden. >> maybe, it all depends on which way you look at the polls. >>> when we come back, mahmoud versus b. b. >>> issue two, mahmoud versus bb. >> the policies of the world's main centers of power are based on the principle of domination and the conquering of others. these centers only seek supremacy and are not in favor of peace and definitely not at the service of their nations. continued threats by the unsievelized designennists to resort to military action against our great nation is a clear example of this bit of reality. >> in his speech bef
>> all new on dr. fill. >> this cougar defense is a joke. >> they still live under the same roof. >> you guys are divorced but you're living with ross. >> if that's not enough. >> why don't we tell the truth for just a minute. >> oh, let's do. >> what leaves dr. phil speechless. >> it is pretty hard to shock me, but you just did. if we're going to do something here that matters, then we've got to deal with the truth. >> if i could help you get this family back on track, are you willing to do that? this is going to be a changing day in your life. how are you? [cheering] how you doing? how you doing? okay, now, a miserable marriage, millions of dollars stolen out of the mouths of school children to shower luxuries on a much younger wife. the new york post reported she was a cougar with a vor rayous sexual appetite and the boy toys in cheesy lounges and white stretch limos. sounds like an episode of desperate housewife, right? it is not, this is how one couple, laura and ross' relationshipped played out in the media after he was caught embezzling money and asked for leniency because
the university then banned the neuroscience grad student from campus, but defense attorneys say not so. they say holmes had already begun the process of with drawing from school and that's why his campus key card had been deactivated. the newly released court documents are filled blacked out names and entire pages to protect witnesses and holmes' right to a fair trial but offer a peek into the legal proceedings that have gone on since the mass killing at this colorado movie theater in july. holmes is also known to have mailed a notebook to a university psychiatrist describing a violent attack. the defense says the notebook is protected under doctor/patient privilege and does not want it used as evidence, but prosecutors argue there is no privilege because the doctor/patient relationship ended weeks before the attack. still they've decided not to push the issue because they feel the defense will have to breach the doctor/patient privilege themselves if they try to prove holmes is mentally ill. holmes has not offered a plea yet. >> the court has ruled it will not release an arrest affidavit contai
the dallas cowboys offense was no match for the chicago defense. dallas quarterback tony romo threw five interceptions, two were returned for touchdowns. first in the second quarter on a pass intended for dez bryant. that's picked by charles tillma and returned for 6 and again in the third just after dallas forced a fumble, romo gives it back to lance briggs who returns it 74 yards for the touchdown. bears won it 34-18. on to baseball, the yankees crushed the red sox 10-2. four yankee homers including a two-run bomb by returning first baseman mark teixeira capped off a nine run second inning. with an orioles loss to the rays, the yanks took a one game lead in the a.l. east. >>> in kansas city detroit's miguel cabrera had four hits to help the tigers beat the royals 6-3 and claim the a.l. central title. >>> and, finally, that's the spirit, despite losing to the phil lease last night, the nationals still had reason to celebrate after a loss by the second place atlanta braves secured the club's first ever n.l. east crown. >>> coming up, who's hosting the oscars and who's still the queen whe
on the referees, not the game. last night was 60 minutes of defense by both teams, but viewers probably won't remember any of that. what they will remember is the final eight seconds. let's set the scene. here it is. seattle with the football. that's rookie quarterback, russell wilson attempting to engineer a last second comeback. he rolls to his left and launches the football. you know it, the hail mary. it appears the safety elevate and claim it over everybody, but the seahawks wide receiver, golden tate. he tries to wrestle it away. now, watch the refs. one comes in from the back and begins to put his hands in like it's a touchdown. the other appears to give a touchback signal. the lead referee never steps up. the call, touchdown. wow. now all scoring plays are reviewed upstairs. replay officials upheld the touchdown call for the seahawks. for green bay, utter disbelief. >> i think if you asked tate to take a lie detector test and ask him if he caught that ball, he did catch that. >> it is time for this to be over. my hats off to these officials. they are doing everything they can. >>
these kidergarden guys out here making the calls. >> former redskins defensive end, dexter manley. >> everyone in this country -- you could see the fan bases there. i think it's going to really hurt football. >> very few other people we talk with today said they will stop watching football. you feel for the victims. the players, but you are going to tune in. you are going to slow up to watch to see how it all turns out. >> so yeah, it's not necessarily good publicity, but it's publicity. >> it's reality television. >> former skins linebacker great predicts even bigger tv audiences for the game. >> they are going to watch to see if it impacts their team positively or negatively. >> with viewers tuning in, arrington says the nfl owners will become more entrenched in their negotiations with permanent referees and more firm with players and coaches who get out of loin during the games. >> they may start suspending guys. >> bruce johnson, 9news now. >> reviewed that video today and said it supports the decision not to overturn the replacement refs on field ruling, which probably will not qu
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talked of his support of defense spending hammering president obama for the job losses predicted under sequestration cuts at the end ofthe year. >> if you keep going around the world, it is still a troubled and dangerous world and the idea of cutting our military commitment by a trillion dollars over this decade is unthinkable. >> i'm very encouraged by the things i'm hearing from governor romney. as they say, the commander in chief has a responsibility to the military and veterans and he reflects that as well. >> reporter: but that's not the opinion of veteran jim dillard who represented springfield 30 years in the virginia house of delegates. >> it's president obama that's done more for veterans than practically any other president. he extended the services to spouses as well as to veteran himself and that's extremely important. >> i need your help. we've got to win in virginia. >> reporter: peggy fox, 9 news now. >> the importance of the old dominion in the presidential race cannot be overstated. president obama also in virginia today, the commander in chief talking to supporters
coming the end of the year. >> reporter: governor mitt romney talked of his support of cutting defense spending. he said it would be up thinkable cutting defense spending now. >> the world is not a safe place it. remains dangerous. >> reporter: governor romney explains to have a strong military a strong economy is needed. >> our economy needs to be reinvigorated and the president has laid out his plan. it's a continuation of the old plan. we can't afford four more years of the last four years, all right? >> reporter: governor romney not only said that he would stop shrinking the military but would add to the active duty force and one of the figures came when he quoted ronald reagan. >> peace comes through strength. i want to have a military that's so strong no one wants to test it. >> the people that are out there fighting these wars, we owe them support forever and i think governor romney is totally supportive of that. >> reporter: but that's not the opinion of veteran jim dillard who represented springfield for 30 years in the virginia house of delegates. >> now they talk about cu
, the defense got it, green bay wins. they went with offense, seattle wins. watch 81, seattle, push his player out of the way. interference not called. apparently didn't catch the ball. refs rule he did. seattle wins. the nfl puts out a statement, yep, seattle wins. the ref who made the call had only refed games at the high school and junior college level. bipartisan vote the refs out. >> settle this and get our refs back. >> it is time to get the real refs. >> er: reportyou think? watch the refs hat trips a player. another ref is tricked by a coach to permit an extra challenge and a coach actually grabs a ref in anger. the diplomatic green bay head coach. >> it's a different year. there's no question about it. >> reporter: green bay's quarterback. >> it's all full. that's -- awful. that's all i'm going to say. >> reporter: why are high school referees -- the whole brouhaha against the refs and the necessarily back to the table to do the negotiating. guess what? no agreement. >> we're still waiting for the deal. meantime there is a lot to talk about. later on tonight, let's be real. h why is i
the attack on the u.s. consulate the final straw. speaking at the pentagon yesterday, secretary of defense leon panetta says there's no doubt the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi was the act of terrorists. >> the reason i think pretty clearly it was a prift attack, is because a group of terrorists obviously conducted that attack on the consulate. and against our individuals. what terrorists were involved i think still remains to be determined by the investigation. >> originally the administration said the attack was lmpged to protests over an anti-islam movie that escalated. u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three others were killed. >>> the man who produced that movie is behind bars this morning. nakoula basseley nakoula will remain in custody until another hearing is scheduled. his movie sparked protests across the middle east. today in pakistan, more demonstrations are expected. security has been heightened around government buildings and diplomatic quarters. >>> four people were killed when a gunman opened fire at a sign-making business. the gunman then took his own life. that
at an american legion post in springfield, they attacked proposed cuts to the defense budgets. >> and the idea of committing our military commitment by a trillion dollars is unthinkable. >> and according to a recent cbs news poll, president obama holds a 4-point advantage over romney. the president meantime spent his morning campaigning in virginia beach and he used romney's tax return to make his pitch to the middle class voters. >> my opponent thinks it's fair that somebody that makes $20 million a year, like him, pays a lower rate than a cop or a teacher who makes 50,000. [ cheers and applause ] >> don't move. vote. [ cheers and applause ] >> president obama won virginia back in '08, but that state had gone for republican candidates since the previous presidential election. >>> and, of course, there are six more days of campaigning left before president obama and mitt romney have their first presidential debate. that is next wednesday in colorado. anita. >>> a renoir bought at a flea market bought for seven bucks might not be sold after all. it may have been stolen. they discovered document
they were not just the regular safeguards but additional safeguards put in so we have a defensible program. >> reporter: we wanted to show you the police tonight out using the new equipment, but they wouldn't tell us where they were going to be. didn't want us to shoot it and apparently didn't want you to see it. >> thank you, gary. >>> a director of a local zoo charged with animal cruelty. and late today a quick trial ends with a guilty verdict. meghan mogenson who ran the reston zoo in fairfax convicted of putting down a sick wallaby by drowning the animal. we spoke with the former zoo curator who blew the whistle on the whole thing. >> no need to be changes. there needs to be a vet tech on staff. >> i'm hoping good comes out of this. >> i don't want anything bad for the zoo. there's so many animals i love and people that work there that do really love what they do. >> the judge sentenced mogenson to 30 days. she's appealing the case. >>> with less than six weeks tog before election day, both president obama and mitt romney are working to raise some campaign cash. for the first time in
monday night. one says touchdown. the other says touchback the defense got it. green bay wins. they went with offense. seattle wins. watch 81, seattle, push as player out of the way, interference not called, apparently didn't catch the ball. refs ruled he did. seattle wins. seattle put out a statement, yeah, seattle wings. the ref who made the call had only reffed games at height school and junior college level. bipartisan vote the refs out [ inaudible ] >> it is time to get the real refs. >> reporter: you think? one vef tricked by a coach to permit an extra challenge and a coach grabs a ref in anger. the diplomatic green bay head coach. >> it's different. there's no question about it. >> reporter: green bay's quarterback. >> awful. >> reporter: why on earth are high school refs in the n.f.l. labor dispute between the real refs in the n.f.l. which locked them out in may. gary nurenberg, 9news now. >> well, redskins offensive coordinator kyle shanahan has been fined for his behavior toward one of the refs after the team's game on sunday. the younger shanahan was fined $25,000. after the l
of this defense, i really believe that. seeing what he's able to do, it's very unfortunate. just a big disappointment. it's something that you never want to see happen. but i guess -- i don't know how you prevent that. just a freak deal. >> they need him back there in the secondary. speaking of injuries, the point guard out for eight weeks with a knee injury. media day this afternoon. walt talked about the knee issue and how anxious he is to get back on the court. >> it's tough. i mean, just trying to keep positive people around me, try to stay positive, don't think negative. just try to learn as much as i can on the sideline. just believe in my coaches and teammates that they can hold it down until i get back. >> john wahl, training camp starting tomorrow for the wizards. that is week number two of the cooley report. any other questions you want me to ask chris? >> i'm here. >> i'm just curious to know, you know, he looks at least as comfortable as you do. and he's only been doing this two weeks. what's up with that? >> we're going to have to slow him down a little bit. he's going to
right. bob gates, the former defense secretary, he said temperament. there's such a thing as presidential temperament. you can smell it. you can feel it. it's there. and some people have it. some people don't. >> schieffer: considering the importance we place on them, it's hard to believe that presidential debates are fairly new to american politics. >> the candidates need to no introduction. the republican candidate vice president richard m. nixon and the democratic candidate senator john f. kennedy >> reporter: they began just 52 years ago on september 26, 1960. >> i think mr. nixon is an effective leader of his party. i hope he would grant me the same >> schieffer: some people who listened to it on the radio thought that nixon won but it was generally conceded that people who watched it on television were pretty convinced that jack kennedy won >> absolutely. what you say is important. but what you look like can be also as important >> mr. nixon, would you like to comment on that statement >> i have no comment and in nixon's case, he percent spired. he had the audacity t
to get in trouble even for hurting you uchlt . but why are you defensive? you're not it's not working. >> wife tried everything we can think of. >> dr. phil: i didn't want to waste time again. you say we've taken the advice and done what we've been told. have you told your daughter, you know what? i'm surprised that you're not pregnant. have you said that to her? >> i might have. >> dr. phil: did you say to her that you're a worthless piece of [bleep]. >> i don't care. >> dr. phil: she says you did. you admit that you called her a dumb ass. you brought her a flat screen tv, custom painted her room. boom box. cell phone. you didn't agree with it but you did it. >> right. >> dr. phil: when she was 12. we're not agreeing here. you want one thing, you want another. kids know that. they divide an conquer. caught her smoking, no consequence. fights at school, no consequence. just a lecture. when you stripped her room, you left the television. >> that's the thing -- >> dr. phil: is it a flat screen? >> right. >> dr. phil: okay. you're in a lot of trouble. i'm stripping he down except for you
own defensiveness, your own ego, your own agenda aside and tell me everything i need to know to help here. because i do intend to help here. i intend to help you, intend to help your daughter and your whole family. but i cannot do it and will not do it if i don't have all the facts. >> right. >> dr. phil: this anonymous e-mail, which i think is kind of gutless, by the way, for somebody to not have the guts to sign it, says that you smoke marijuana and that you do it with your daughter and that you have her go out and buy it for you. >> that's not true. >> dr. phil: now, do not lie to me -- >> no, no -- >> dr. phil: i'm going to find out the truth. if i have to put investigators on the street in your town, i will find out the truth because i'm going to help this little girl. >> right. that is not true. i didn't even know nicky selling marijuana until last week. >> dr. phil: so she is selling drugs? >> yes, she is. >> dr. phil: have you ever sent her out to buy drugs for you? >> never. >> dr. phil: take a deep breath. >> i know. she's 16. >> dr. phil: take a deep breath. if this is hap
thrown out because she tampered with the evidence. >> i think the defense lawyer interviewed in this case was right, which is some miscarriages of justice will be righted here. some innocent people get out of jail. a whole lot of people are going to get out of jail, too. >> do we have any sense of why she did this? she hasn't been clear on that. she said she just wanted to be the best worker possible. i think we all understand, if you're going to be the best worker possible, you're not faking results. i think there may be a kind of a sub text here which is -- this could all be cbs's fault -- in the world of csi, the programs we broadcast, it has taken the work of the crime lab which used to be a fairly dull, civil service, going through the motions job, and glamorized it into this really cool profession that has drawn a lot of people who wanted to be associated with it. kind of the new genre of police heroes. here is a woman who wasn't really qualified, overstated her qualifications and wanted to be the hero of the police lab. i think a lot of this is she wanted to be really well regarded
. yet sequestration, what you mentioned bob, the automatic cuts, republicans hate the defense cutses. democrats hate the nondefense cuts. and then you have the treasury debt seale chicago gives leverage to whatever party doesn't win the presidential election. i think odds are pretty high we'll get an agreement. >> i think the best place for both sides to start is in education because i sit in a lot of conversations with republicans. i spend a lot of conversations with democrats, and they agree on a whole lot more than they disagree on. so it seems to me that both parties could come together and say okay we're going to put the partisan politics aside and look out for the interests of kids, and let's focus on education first. >> schieffer: do you know what bothers me about all this and what really worries me is i sit here and watch the congress. i know what you say is true. there are certain things that both sides want to do, but even now, this divide is so wide, even now, on things they want to do, they can't figure out how to do it. i mean, for example, a farm bill. we had the worst
is having to play defense with his own voting group. the time he has to spend shoring them up is time he's not spending getting swing voters. >> pelley: john, polls that are taken about this point in september sometimes predict the winner and sometimes they don't. in 2008, we had obama over mccain at about this point, but in the year 2000, we had gore over bush about this point. how predict i.v. are these polls six weeks out. >> reporter: if we go all the way back to 1952, eisenhower's first election, the vast majority of the time the candidates who was ahead of the polls ended up winning in the end. presidents john kennedy, ronald reagan, and george w. bush were all tied or behind, scott, and they pulled it out in the end. >> pelley: as in politics, things can change pretty quickly in sports. the nfl and its referees seemed ready to dig in for a long fight over pay and pension but that was before the uproar over that terrible call in the monday night game. now it appears the lockout may soon be over and jeff glor has the latest. jeff. >> reporter: scott, not done yet but much closer to
and traveling around the world, so natural advantage has become her best defense against the visible signs of aging. >> i take my time very seriously, and it takes a lot for me to be able to take a product with me on the road and have time to use it and make time to use it, but with natural advantage, i want to use it. in the morning, i want to wake up and put it on because i know that i see results from it, and that's what keeps you going back each morning and every night before you go to bed. i love natural advantage, and i love what it's done for my skin. >> seymour: and when something works, you share it, so i invited a group of natural advantage users to join me for a day of beauty and skincare and to talk about natural advantage. the thing is that i-- i was asked to do a lot of different products by a lot of different companies, and a lot of them were really, really high-end, and some of them are very famous, and--i won't give you the names of them-- but, you know, the minimum price of one tube is $150-plus. and i could've gone that route, but when i tried this, this worked as well,
on the defensive a few times, he'll gain. >> last thing on this, what do you think of the expectations game going on where each candidate is trying to outdo each other by complimenting each other's debating prowess? is this absurd or does it matter? >> like a football game, those people, play it down, tamp it down. it's all a game. you know that. >> let's talk about the book, "killing kennedy," a natural follow to "killing lincoln," and how did you feel about president kennedy and did that change over the course of the book? >> i was at chaminade high school over in long island and people don't know who john kennedy was. that's number one. after reading "killing kennedy," you'll know who the man is, both good and bad. we don't hold anything back. you'll know everything about him. and number two, they don't really know how he was killed, and we got access to the fbi agent who was assigned to lorna oswald. we know everything he did from the time he met marina in russia until the time he pulled the trigger. this is all new information. i think people will be stunned when they read it. it snaps your
. what do you say in his defense? >> there is a man with a rocket launcher on the corner. >> terror hoax outrage. the teen who dressed like a terrorist with a fake rocket launcher. >> then she was picked on for her big ears. she was mocked for the mole on her face. >> people tease me. >> bullied kids. >> ready to go? >> going under the knife just to feel good about themselves. the life changing surgery. >>> hello, everybody. thank you for joining us. singer katie perry got some shocking news today. her former boyfriend is dead. he killed himself after murdering his land lady and her cat. jim moret has more on the tragedy and look at how katie is handling the news. >>> reporter: katie perry's ex-boyfriend savagely murdered his land lady and killed himself. 28-year-old actor johnny lewis beat the elderly woman to death in her home in los angeles during a drug fueled rampage. this is the house in the upscale neighborhood where the bizarre murder/suicide occurred. police say katie perry's ex-boyfriend showed super human strength. he killed the 81-year-old woman and her cat. then used a two
. >> criminal defense attorney alison triessl said that the case came down to one piece of crucial evidence, her alleged client list. otherwise known as the little black book. >> it seemed that the big win for the prosecution was this black book that was talked about, possibly involving names of politicians and financiers. every high-powered new york people. but, at the end of the day, they never got their hands on that black book. >> but she's not out of the woods yet. she warned gristina she could face deportation. >> she's worried about being deported. let's face it, she has a green card, she's been here 27 years. she'll take whatever legal steps needed to avoid that. >> the judge in this case said yesterday that gristina will be sentenced november 20th. very interesting how this case has developed over time. >> absolutely. fascinating. >>> straight ahead -- behind the scenes of jessica biel's new romantic comedy, in a wedding dress before she says i do to justin timberlake. >>> then, i'm on the "csi" set with ted danson. >>> plus, inside honey boo boo's season finale. i know, it's almost ove
this is your nephew, defensive tackle, don't let the size fool you. he's got a lot of attitude remember gave you your first interview. >> all right. >> reporter: we talked about this area around here. the economic development they promised i'm told today is still coming. look at this. most of the nationals fans at the ticket windows today have been there from the beginning. >> this year did it. we hung with them through the last few years which were tough and d.c. loves this team now. >> we can go all the way and win the world series with our pitching, yeah. we had to sit down strasburg. you have to understand that. >> reporter: the nats going to the playoffs is their reward, but it's still only half of the story of baseball's return to the nation's capital. >> we need some more bars and restaurants and hotels, everything down here. >> reporter: the fans, owners, city officials, business community, just about everybody are still waiting for the economic renaissance, the kind that followed the verizon center's construction in the heart of chinatown. >> you know what happened. the stadium g
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